Skip the struggle. Fit together all the pieces from St. Louis’ Best Bridal to turn ideas and details into the wedding of your dreams.
Those who attend St. Louis’ Best Bridal celebrations have said that anyone planning a wedding in the St. Louis metro area cannot afford to pass up these great opportunities. It works, whether the bridal list is getting under way or needs only a few spaces filled.
Sara Wiles came to a Best Bridal celebration while planning her wedding to Adam Brauer. It was the only one she attended.
“I came with my sister. She had been married before me, so it was all new,” Sara said. “We were definitely looking for ideas, but we found such good bargains and so many things we could use that we signed up for many things and didn’t need to go to another one.”
The florist, photo booth, gowns and men’s formal wear offered that day instantly filled the list of items they would use on Nov. 6, 2010. It was her lucky day, too. She won a free trip to Mexico for their honeymoon.
Myriad local resources await both brides and grooms.
If you are just beginning the process, a quick overview backed up with concise and comprehensive lists of what a typical wedding includes is found in the St. Louis’ Best Bridal Planner, sized to carry with you on your adventures.
You are holding in your hands another logical source: St. Louis’ Best Bridal magazine.
Kathy Ellison of Verona, Wis., needed long-distance reliability in planning her wedding to Rick Craine. They had chosen St. Louis as the destination for their wedding on July 8, 2011 – but had no relatives or friends here to steer the course. Looking for reliable vendors, she scanned the pages of the magazine – given FREE to all future brides when they attend one of our bridal celebrations or sign up on our website www.stlouisbestbridal.com.
From its pages she engaged resources for her gown, the men’s formal wear, wedding cake, hairstylist, harpist and violinist, limousine and florist, plus a “day of” planner who gave her “peace of mind.”
Obviously, this magazine holds a compact and detailed guide to create your perfect wedding from beginning to end. Love stories inspire, detailed ideas update trends, timetables provide specific goals and legal details give an overview of what needs to be done – wherever you live.
Details also give guidance for invitations, gifts, budgets, rings, food and photographer. Listings distinguish practical choices for the rehearsal dinner, wedding, reception and honeymoon. Resources list packages or you can pick and choose specialty items for making your wedding unique and personal.
Information about bridal shows and what’s new, plus additional wedding planning information, come in weekly updates on www.stlouisbestbridal.com.
No one knows better what goes into planning a wedding than the many, many resources of St. Louis’ Best Bridal. They can personalize ideas for this special occasion in your life or provide inspiration for new twists.
To help the process come within your grasp, brides receive a free ticket at Savvi Formalwear locations to each of our bridal shows. For the person coming straight to the show, a fee of $5 can be paid at the door.
Whatever else must be done, discovered or included in your wedding, follow our “rules.”
This is your time to shine. Enjoy it.
Let us help with small and large details. You’ve already done the hardest, most important work of finding your lifetime soul mate.